Nollywood has yet been thrown into mourning as Yoruba actor, Dejo Tunfulu is confirmed dead.
The news was broken by several colleagues of the late actor as they mourn him on their Instagram pages.
The late Yoruba actor recently reportedly suffered unexpected bleeding on the set of his new movie.
However, the cause of death of Kunle Mac-Tokunbo popularly known as Dejo Tunfulu cannot be ascertained at press time
Meanwhile Nollywood thespians have reacting to the sudden death of Mr Dejo Tunfulu.
Taiwo Hassan, popularly known as Ogogo, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria said he was shocked at the news of Adetokunbo’s death.
According to him, he saw him at a party four days ago.
BREAKING: Nollywood comedian, ‘Dejo’ Tunfulu is dead
“I’m hearing this from you, I haven’t turned on my internet, this is shocking to me; we were together at a birthday party about four days ago, if I am not mistaken.
“This is so sad, he was a hardworking person, may God console his immediate family and grant us his colleagues and friends the fortitude to bear the loss,” Hassan said.
Also speaking with NAN, Alesh Onilegbale, described Adetokunbo as one of the most hardworking fellows in Nollywood.
“It is sad that Dejo has finished his race, he was easygoing, he does mind his business, he had no airs around him, it’s really a sad one.
“I really pray for the family he left behind that God will uphold them, it’s so sad,” he said.
Adetokunbo was born on May 31, 1972 in Idumota, Lagos Island area of Lagos State and hails from Ikija area of Abeokuta in Ogun.
He is known for “Hally The Drummer” (2016) and “Jide Jendo” (2020).
He shot into the limelight for his role in the movie titled, “Omo Oran”.
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